webinar.net Accessibility

webinar.net Accessibility

webinar.net offers a set of accessible keyboard shortcuts for attendees. Our accessibility is designed to work for people who experience disabilities, such as visual, hearing, motor, or cognitive impairments, and who may have software using an assistive device.

Registration Page

Accessible keyboard shortcuts using Tab key to navigate all the links, buttons, input fields on the registration page.

Use the Tab key as the accessible keyboard shortcut to navigate to all links, buttons, and fields on the registration page. 


Input Fields

Media Player

The following shortcuts allow you to control the video by using the keyboard. To disable the shortcuts, use the TAB key or your mouse to click outside of the Media Player.
Space keyPause/Play the player
Enter keyPause/Play the player
p keyPause/Play the player
m keyMute/Unmute the player
c keyShow/Hide the closed captioning
s keyShow/Hide the settings menu


Audience Interface

To enter the webinar, the Tab key shifts the focus to the [Enter] button on the holding screen. The Audience Interface element which is in focus state will use the UI Accent Color color.

Interface Builder > General Settings

Alt+A is the hotkey for the first component, then Atl+B is the hotkey of the second component, where Atl+I is the hotkey for the ninth component on the dock. Hotkey Alt+Z will return the focus back to the first dock icon.

The dock navigation tools tips include the hotkey. 


Note. The [Attend] and [Enter] are in different colors because the UI Accent Color on the registration page and the interface are set differently. 

Component Windows

The component window titles use an arrow and the UI accent color on the left side. With this arrow, the attendees know which component window is in focus state.

When there are multiple component windows overlapping each other, clicking the Enter key will bring the focused window to the front.

For Group Chat and Q&A the hotkey Ctrl+Q will shift the focus to the input field for typing. 

Using Tab will navigate through the Social Media Icons for Social Sharing and through the available resources within Resources.  

For further assistance, contact us through chat or send us an email at support@webinar.net.

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